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1.2 billion Afs budget for Mazar Development Plan

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1.2 billion Afs budget for Mazar Development Plan

Mazar Municipial Officials forecast a budget of over one billion Afs for the 1391 Development Plan for the city of Mazar.

Mohammad Younis Muqim, Mayor of Mazar-e-Sharif, reported an amount of 1.2 billion Afs for the coming year in the second consultative meeting of accountability in Balkh. This year’s budget has increased by 19% from last year’s budget, which was worth 600 million Afs.

According to Mr. Muqim, a big portion of the budget will be spent on the construction of city infrastructure, such as the roads, highways and public parks and modern commercial markets.

He added that in the next few years all the roads within the city of Mazar-e-Sharif will be paved.

He demanded respect from the people of Mazar for their city and emphasized that any entity without cooperation and support from the people will not be able to work.


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